Hey @hunt.casey - are you looking for spanning your network across multiple monitors, or just general ideas about how folks work with multiple monitors when they’re making a project? If you’re after just getting your network to span screens - on NVidia hardware you have to bind your displays together. I think that’s called Surround on non-qudro hardware. On Quadro cards that’s called Mosaic.
Once you change that config your displays will appear to windows as a single contiguous canvas - so Touch, for example, will span across all monitors when maximized.
Personally, I hate that - your parameter window is never close to your network, and navigating an extra wide network view can often become more hassle than it’s work. At least IMO. I usually use a second monitor for all my text editing / scripting, reference docs, and the like. That lets me have one window that’s all TD, with the other display being my web searches, refs, and scripting pieces. I’m sure other folks have some ideas here as well about how they like to organize their work space for TD.